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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1910)
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. Walter Pierce leoves tonight for
Portland to be absent a few '
W. J. Townley a Union merchant
la In the city today.
Attorney J. D. Slater is in Port
land on legal business.
Mr. and Mra, Vandecar are her
for the week.
Miss Hazel Graham is a guest with
her slater Mrs. L. F. Massee for a
day. ' ;,
' William Ogden a prominent farmer
of the Cove is doing business In the
city todya. i , . ,
, . Attorney Robert J. Slater 'came ov
er from Pendleton yesterday to visit
10MUIM iui lew daya.
Attorney J. L. Davis of .Union is.
over today and will be one of the
visitors at the banquet tonight
, Miss Pauline Ledorlee spent Sat
urday and Sunday with her father
at Pendleton. ;
O. W. Francis who was" taken to
the Grande Ronde v hospital Satur
day with an attack of typhoM ferer
Is reported to be some "better today.
. Attorney L. Denham of Elgin came
up this afternoon to attend to some
legal matters and incidentally will
attend the banquet this evening. .
P. S. Bramwell who . has been In
Ogden and Salt Lake 'TJlty for sev
eral days returned home this morn
ing. : ' ' ,
".Mrs. M. Baker, the aged lady of
South La Grande, who "broke' her
arm a few days since, is suffering
considerable pain and unrest today.
S. Deane Crowe of the Home In
dependent Telephone Company, left
cn last evenings train for Portland
to be absent several days.
. It Is understood that Guy McCully
who for several weeks has been in
Portland has secured a position an
bookkeeper with a large sawmill
firm in Baker City.
The - Recorder's court opened this
morning and passed sentence on Pat
Furney for being intoxicated, ewell
lng the revenue to the extent of $15.
Ray Noyes, night operator of the
Home Independent Telephone Compa
ny, who has been ill for the past week
has so far recovered as to be able to
resume his work this evening.
' Mrs. E. Pollock, who has been vis
iting friends and relatives in the
east for the past ten weeks, is ex
pected home the latter part of the
Miss Emma Lun, daughter of An
drew Lun of North Powder, who is
telegraph operator at Hilgard, was
brought to the' Grande Rondd hospi
tal today, with an attack of typhoid
fever. ; . ' ;. ,
Rev, Upton H. Gibbs, Rector of
the Episcopal Church, left this morn
ing for Union to officiate at the fu
neral of Mrs. Maggie Bell, a pioneer
of that city. '
Robert Starkweather, cashier of the
National Bank at North Powder,
passed through this city this morning
enroute to Pendleton and Portland to
be absent for a week. t
Jay Bowerraan, president of the
' Oregon senate, passed through . the
'city ' yesterday on his way to Con
don, his home, after having attend-"
ed the Baker banquet. -
An attachment was served on the
E. K .Harris grocery store, better
known as the "Boston" on ; Depot
St. today for a small amount. It is ;
understood that the store will be
opened during the day.
A man is in jail for the alleged
stealing of a pair of shoes and some
clothing from an engine in the yards
;. Sunder. .The case, if it comes to a
trial, is expected to come before
Justice Williams this afternoon. ,
Mr, and Mrs. S. Vandecar of North
Powder arrived in the city last even
ing enroute home from Walla Walla
Mr. Vandecar continued his Journey
homeward this morning but Mrs.
Vandecar remained In La Grande with
er hair goods.'
Mr. and .'.lira, W. D. McMillan
spent yesterday In Hot Lake..
v Gov. and Mrs. Frank W. Benson
arrived In La Grande shortly after
midnight laBt eight. Today they
have been guesta with Telativei ken
"which Include Mrs.; ceo. Carpy, tt
sister of the governor, Mrs. F. . V,.
Currey, a niece of the governor ( and
Harry Benson, an engineer with the
Reservoir company, who is a aephew
of the executive. '
Coutrary to announcement made
elsewhere In this issue, No. six did
not arrive at noon.' At press time
it was marked up to- arrive at five
tolock. ; Additional ffrack 'jtnlearing
pharaphernalla left here this after
noon. s . '.-. '1 .
aired that all members be present.
The followiag program . with Mrs. 0
S.' Birnle and Miss Ida Little as lead
ers will be rendered.:
Life of Franz Joseph Haydn, Miss
Addie Little. Works of Haydn. Mrs.
Geo. 8. BJmle. Allegro Adago from
Third Symphony, Misses Hilda Ai-
thony and Runa Bacon. "The Mer-,
iiiuid'' Mrs. O. E. Silverthorne, "The
Heavens are telling" from the VCre
attonf Mrs. W. W. Berry. "Gipsy
Dance" Mrs. Erla Carlock.
$ SOCIETY 1 ''
Last Saturday evening Misses Mae
Nelll and Lillian Baker entertained
the La Volte Club and a few Invited
friends at the Nelll home on Penn.
Avenue 'with a Valentine Party. The
game of hearts was played and Arlo
Meyers proved himself the most ad
ept at capturing hearts and won the
first prize. The house was beauti
fully decorated with hearts and red
candles and. the guests partook of a
delicious three-course luncheon. Thi
following members of. th club were
present.; Misses Mae Nelll, Lillian
Baker, Zoe Bragg, Gladys Oesiter
ling, Elsa Wagner, Nellie Pickens,
and Anna Roesch, and the Invited
guests were Miss -Marjorie Silver
thorne, Joe Ingle, 'Arlo Meyers, Ray
Williams, Harold Grady, Marble
Green, Stanley Carpy, Frank Earls,
and Virgil Bolton.
The Old Town. section of the Pres-1
byterian Missionary Society will ?
hold a refreshment social at the '
home. of Mrs. W. M. Ramsey on 4th
St.,' Friday afaternoon from ? to 5,
Feb. 7.$ Come and bring a text that
has helped yourself and a thank of
rilu iui ui auypurt or tne boy at
Sitka, v. AH members and any friends
of the society are cordially Invited to
, Informal receptions commencing
this " afternoon and continuing until
a late hour tonight will be tendered
In honor of Mr.s Frank W. Benson
at the home of Mrs. George Carpv,
corner of First and N. Ave. No In
vitations have ' been issued for the
events, and the purpose Is to make
it very Informal. Anyone desiring
to meet the Executive's wife can do
so at any hour this evening or this
afternoon. . . ,
The Daughters of the Woods will
entertain a Valentine Party at the
M. E. Church this evening.
The Alpha Theat Club' entertained
the Lambda Phi Alpha Saturday ev
ening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Wright on Penn. Ave. About 30
were present and numerous Valen
tine games were enjoyed. ', A deli
cious luncheon was served.
Another excellent ' program has
been prepared for the meeting of the
Lyle Tuesday Musicale tomorrow af
ternoon at half past two. ; At this
meeting the newly revised by-laws of
the club will be, read and it is de-
Sew Goods at the Peoples Store
The PeoplesStore has Just receiv
ed a new line of summer gods of
all 'kinds and Invite" you" to call and
make your selection ' early. This
store Is also agent for the Ladies
Home Journal Patterns.' Their ad.
will appear in this paper, tomorrow.
Sell Many Lots. V '
Jacobs-Stine representatives sold
in this city Bince Saturday forenoon
28 of their choice lots in Wellington.
Those wishing to buy in Wellington
or contemplate Investing In Port
land should see the special repre
sentatives of the Jacobs-Stine Com
pany at once. One door south of the
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cay and evening.
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